Loving London #travel

England may be on most people’s bucket lists, but covering quintessential London can easily be one all on its own. Few other cities in the world come close to the tradition, romance, history, and contemporary excitement of this vast city of seven million souls and even more adventures waiting to be had. Meet Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens, Sumatran tiger cubs at the zoo, or try to catch a glimpse of the growing Royal Family. Be the one to make a Beefeater crack a smile at the Changing of the Guard, checking the schedule against Big Ben, or ride the London Eye to confirm if London Bridge is, in fact, falling down. Enjoy afternoon tea after a day in botanical Kew Gardens, browsing posh department stores like Harrods, or at the longest shopping street in all of Europe: Oxford Street. An extensive mass transit system makes sure you get to all of these, as well as the street markets, designer boutiques, restaurants, pubs, nightclubs, West End theaters, and the infinite list of brilliant ways to fall in love with London.

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Some of our favorite London Hotels

51 Buckingham Gate

This hotel has 86 lavish suites with fully-equipped kitchens and luxurious amenities. Indulge at the Michelin starred Quilon Restaurant and relax at the exclusive Spa at 51.

Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel

Experience luxury in the heart of London at the Grosvenor House, A JW Marriott Hotel. Located in London’s Mayfair neighborhood, close to the West End theatre district, this historical hotel was opened in 1929, and was restored to become a JW Marriott Hotel in 2008. Despite its central location, this hotel is in a world of its own behind the original Lutyens wrought-iron gates. Lavish guest rooms and suites offer both style and convenience so you can make the most of your London stay.

Hilton Waldorf

The Waldorf Hilton enjoys one of London’s most enviable locations as it bridges the West End and the Square Mile, providing an excellent base for accessing the main financial district in the day and the popular cultural hub of Covent Garden and Theatreland in the evening.

All newly refurbished rooms include wall mounted plasma screen televisions, latest hi-tech shower and a specially designed sleeping experience.

The May Fair

The May Fair is a luxury hotel that was opened by King George V in 1927. It offers 400 bedrooms and suites, a luxury spa, a fine-dining restaurant, the May Fair Bar, and a casino. The rooms offer complimentary WiFi, 24-hour room service, and turndown service.

The Bloomsbury

The Bloomsbury is a boutique hotel located on Great Russell Street in the heart of 18th-century Bloomsbury, near the British Museum. 153 rooms offer free WiFi, turndown service, and coffee makers.

 

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